PM Felicitates K-P Govt For Giving Health Insurance Coverage
Prime Minister Imran Khan felicitated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government for giving health insurance coverage to all those people who own KP domicile.
While sharing a video on Twitter he wrote, “Congratulations to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for giving health insurance cover to all those with a KP domicile. This is a huge step towards making Pakistan a welfare state based on Riyasat e Madina.”
Congratulations to Khyber Pukhtunkwa for giving health insurance cover to all those with a KP domicile. This is a huge step towards making Pakistan a welfare state based on Riyasat e Madina. pic.twitter.com/ronM62pbN3
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 1, 2020
Earlier in August, Prime Minister Imran Khan said, the promise of giving health coverage to every family in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been fulfilled by the KP Govt which is some achievement and a journey in the right direction towards the original motto of a welfare State.
While addressing the launching ceremony of Sehat Sahulat Program, Imran Khan said When work is done for the Poor, Allah blesses plenty in return. With this landmark initiative for the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, there will be pressure to start health coverage in other provinces as well.
Under Sehat Sahulat Program, the entire KP population (60 Lakh families) will be given Health Insurance. Every family will get 10 Lakh rupees per year for Health-related issues.
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